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the university reached an agreement with 26 victims today. texas passed one of the strictest abortion laws in the nation. today a federal judge had his say. anna werner reports. one year after hurricane sandy some residents are only now facing the loss of their homes. jim axelrod on the unintended consequences of a new law. and the boy with the bionic hand. new technology lets most anyone create the most amazing things. >> making your kids happy is like the most rewarding thing you can have as a dad. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, in one of the biggest scandals ever in college sports penn state university said it will pay nearly $60 million to 26 men who say they were sexually abused as children by assistant football coach jerry sandusky. other claims are still pending. sandusky was convicted at trial of abusing ten boys, so the announcement today means there were many more victims than we thought. armen keteyian of "60 minutes sports" has been covering this from the start and has the latest developments tonight. >> re
's lives that have been cut down short by law enforcement, because law enforcement did not have the ability within a split nano second to discriminate between the real thing and a fake gun. >> well, federal law requires imitation guns to have an or arage tip on the barrel, but the law does not cover pellet guns like the one andy lopez was carrying. >>> following the tragedy in santa rosa, police departments around the bay area are warning trick-or-treaters not to carry toy guns on halloween this year, or anything else that could be mistaken for weapon. >>> surveillance video shows four suspects in the shoot okay off nightclub bouncer in campbell. police posted the video showing three men and a woman walk was so the spot nightclub around 2:00 a.m. on saturday. authorities say one of these four suspects shot the bouncer after he asked the group to turn down their music. the bouncer is recovering. >>> one person is dead, three others injured, after a suspected drunk driving crash in wine country tonight. chp says a jaguar veered into a toyota at around 7:00. officers believe the drive ore of t
was not equipped to implement a huge new law. >> so what i can guarantee is that we have a system that's working. we're going to improve the speed of that system. >> excuse me. >> yes? >> you're saying the system right now is work? >> i'm saying it's working. it's just not working at the speed that we want and at the success rate that we want. >> reporter: tavenner blamed the web site's flaws on delays by the main i.t. firm hired to build it, a canadian company called c.g.i. in an apparent contradiction she told georgia's tom price that the site's massive problems on day one caught her off-guard. >> the problems that we saw in the first week, we attributed to volume. once the volume started back down. >> how about before october one? was there any sense at all there would be problems with the web site? >> no, not-- there are always going to be issues with a new web site. what i would call the customary glitches that you see. but no, not this. >> reporter: that is not what the web site's designers said when they testified just last week. they said the site crashed when they tested it gently just
in, president obama's troubled health care law has yet to find its footing and remains under fierce attack. >>> and miami sack. a rare overtime safety gives the dolphins a big win. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, november 1st, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. halloween turned into a nightmare in the nation's midsection. a fast-moving storm left a trail of dough destruction, killing at least three people, and the storm will hammer the northeast today. heavy rain is expected from virginia to maine making a miserable morning commute. forecasters say damaging winds could knock down trees and cause power outages. >>> in tennessee, strong winds knocked down power lines, and just south of nashville, a 9-year-old boy died after he accidentally touched one. officials aren't sure if he was out trick or treating. power was cut to 15,000 homes in the area. >>> and a line of severe storms may have spawned a tornado in southern illinois. trees were knocked down and several homes were damaged. some roads were clo
by law enforcement because law enforcement did not have the ability within a split nanosecond to discriminate between the real thing and a fake gun. >> reporter: california state senator kevin de leon is considering reintroducing a bill requiring all toy guns and bb guns to be translucent or brightly colored. federal law requires imitation guns to have an orange tip on the barrel. >> i imagine the people who make these toy guns say the point is for them to look real and no one wants a gun that's pink, yellow or orange. >> reporter: the proposal doesn't cover pellet guns like andy lopez's, still de leon says law enforcement needs the ability to tell if a gun is real or fake and others agree. >> the gun has an orange tip on the end. and it will be very helpful because cops will know it's a fake. >> reporter: juan alvarado a father of four says changes should be made but starting at home. >> keep these boys away from our house from our places. and that's the only way we are going to finish or try to, you know, minimize the violence in the streets. >> reporter: the nra had no com
children's lives. we're talking about lives that have been cut short unfortunately sadly by law enforcement because law enforcement didn't have the ability within a split nanosecond to discriminate between the real thing and a fake gun. >> federal law requires imitation guns to have an orange tip at the barrel but it doesn't cover pellet guns like the one lopez was carrying. >>> police departments are warning trick or treaters not to carry anything on halloween that could be mistaken for a weapon. >>> campbell police say four shooting suspects appear in footage captured by a surveillance camera. it shows three men and a woman behind the man with a cowboy hat at the spot the nightclub orchard drive 2 a.m. saturday. investigators say one of the four shot an employee of the club after he asked the group to turn down their music in a parking lot. police say the victim is recovering. >>> drunk driving is suspected in a deadly crash in sonoma valley last night. the chp says a jaguar veered into oncoming traffic and hit a toyota head on. a passenger into the jaguar was killed. all three people in
cut down by law enforcement because they didn't have the ability within a nanosecond to discriminate between the real thing and a toy. >> reporter: federal law requires imitation guns to have an orange tip on the barrel. but the law does not cover pellet guns like andy lopez's. now, the nra had no comment but in the past their position has been air guns and bb guns should not be treated like toy guns and therefore should not be brightly colored. reporting live in santa rosa, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> following the tragedy in santa rosa, police departments around the bay area are warning trick or treaters not to carry toy guns on halloween or anything else that could be mistaken for a weapon. >>> a five-year-old girl is among three people hurt in a crash up in wine country. chp officers believe the driver of a jaguar was drunk at the time when the car veered into a toyota on 121 in sonoma valley last night. the passenger and the jaguar died. the three people in the toyota were injured. >>> newly released surveillance video shows four suspect in the shooting of a nightclub worker in do
in restrictions on them whatsoever but there is a provision in the law that would put some restrictions on ammunition sales and that is what bothers them. >> you go there and i will hit this here you. >> upon want to do henderson? >> reporter: they are campaigning for gun safety law for sunnyville. >> hello. >> hi. >> hay, can i talk to you a minute about measure c? are you familiar with measure c? >> reporter: promoters say it does a few things to improve gun safety. it requires owners to report stolen guns in 48 hours and keep them locked up or disabled. ban high capacity magazines and requires dealers to record the ammunition sales. >> it is the spur for all of this. >> reporter: that is the sandy hook elementary shooting spree by a 20-year-old that took the lives of 20 1st graders and 6 adults. >> for this community. a think national local campaign. promoted by the mayor, retired fire captain. >> we hear it every day. young adults finding gun in their homes and going to a school and just this past week we had two shootings at schools that involved teachers and stuff like that. it
signed up for insurance under that new law. >>> 4:44 right now. another check on weather. it was windy. you showed us that amazing video of what the winds did. the winds are starting to calm down. . freezing along the coast. half-moon bay. winds anywhere from 15 to 20 miles per hour. take a check of the north bay, winds calmer out there in some spots, under 10 miles per hour right now. closer to sunrise, the winds will start to die down. what is causing all these winds, a laps continues to move toward the bay area. even going to bring us a slight chance of rain for the entire bay area. not much. a slight chance. in the forecast for today. cool and breezy to start off the workweek with temperatures only reaching in the 50s, low 60s. a full check of that seven-day forecast coming up. in the meantime got to get you on time. >>> good morning, everybody. happy monday. the wind is the big traffic story. power outages overnight. lot of downed power poles. the chp reports all roadways are cleared, and the earlier power pole which had shut down vas key road in both directions, cleared out of th
law takes center stage on capitol hill today. lawmakers prepare to grill health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius on the government's faulty insurance website and the millions of americans who have had their insurance policies canceled. >> is it your experience that allies of the united states have spied on the united states historically? >> yes. >> the government's spy secrets come into the open. two of the nation's top intelligence officials defend the program that puts dozens of leaders under surveillance. >>> and while the red sox prepare for game six in the world series in boston, airplane trouble keeps the cardinals stuck in st. louis until late last night. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, october 30th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, president obama heads to boston today where he'll talk about his health insurance law. the affordable care act has been plagued by serious computer glitches, and there are now charges the president mislead consumers. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan
're talking about children's lives. we're talking about lives that have been cut short, unfortunately by law enforcement because law enforcement did not have the ability within a split nanosecond to discriminate between the real thing and a fake gun. >> federal law requires imitation guns to have an orange tip at the barrel but the law doesn't cover pellet guns. >>> following the shooting in santa rosa, police departments all around the bay area are warning trick or treaters not to carry toy guns on halloween tomorrow or anything else that could be mistaken for a weapon. >>> 4:36. you know, a lot of trick or treaters out tomorrow night so they want good weather. >> yes. you know, this is that time of year we have to start to worry about some of the rain but i don't think we'll get it. looks like it should be a nice night for trick or treaters. a little cool out the door. a few passing clouds and fog in the north valleys. out the door a nice start to the day and a lot of sunshine to finish. cool temperatures down to 39 degrees right now in santa rosa, 45 in san jose a. and 50 degrees in san
that don't meet the law's ten minimum standards, including maternity care, emergency visits mental health treatment and even pediatric dental care. that means consumers have to sign on to new plans even if they don't want or need the more generous coverage. industry experts say about half of the people getting these letters will pay more. half will pay less thanks to taxpayer subsidies. >> the winners outnumber the it. industry experts say for everyone, the best get to c >> thanks, janet. the obama administration is thinking seriously this morning about ending surveillance programs. . . . leaders. the a allies are said they'y're fufurious the national secu >> sources tell "the los angeles times" that the obama white house did approve many of those oppositions. margaret brennan is at the state department. margaret, good morning. >> good morning, norah, and to charlie. european lawmakers tell us they're upset by the volume of information collected by the nsa and want to know what was done with it. they'll hold meetings at the white house and the state department t
of discontent towards law enforcement in this community. today, nearly 1500 demonstrators are expect today pack on the pressure at yet another rally. as you -- as this is going on, we're also learning new details about the sheriff's deputy who shot andy lopez last week. he's identified as 48-year-old gelhaus. hees been with the sonoma county sheriff's department for more than 20 years. gelhaus is also a field training officer and firearm instructor. the sheriff's office says his deputies feel terrible about what happened. >> horrible tragedy for all involved. >> gelhaus is a veteran of the iraq war and contributor to several gun web sites and mack sooens. meanwhile take a look at lopez memorial. there is very little sympathy for gelhaus for andy lopez. to walk out of class again at 10:00 this morning, and demonstrators streets not the sidewalks. reporting live in santa rosa. back to the studio. >> kate, any word on what demonstrators plan to do today? >> well, michelle, according to the facebook page, the group plans to gather at the old -- i believe, tg old courthouse square, and then march to
. >> the president defended his health care law. he believes critics are not telling the whole story. john dickerson is in washington. good morning. how does the president get on top of this? >> well i think he gets on top of it by having a website that actually works. most obviously that is because he doesn't want the biggest public manifestation of his signature law, he wants it not to be a glowing mess. he wants it to actual work so there can be the flood that they hope of good stories of people signing up that is good for policy reasons because it means the law will be working but from a public relations standpoint they can say the promises are turning out to be true. here are people signing up and premiums are lower and they are happy. >> not all promises are true. he has had to modify some of them. did that put his credibility at risk? >> right. the promises were always at issue with the law. the president made promises and people didn't trust him. that is why the question of keeping your doctor is so important. the white house says that only applies
with the law once again, but the news isn't all bad. how he could avoid jail time all together. >>> still plenty of clouds rolling across our skies right now. will we see anymore rain drops? we'll talk about that coming up. >>> we have a new accident now near the airport near sfo northbound 101 access road. we'll have all the latest details. is it causing delays? all your highlights after the break. blach ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, someth >>> well, a scary surprise for hayward man as he watched a movie inside his bedroom. out on the streets a ford mustang crashed through his wall, stopped right next to him, car barely missed him. >> banged the wall and flash. first thought is, wow, again, because it happened about, like, nine to eight years ago. >> well, the fire department says speed may have been a factor in the crash. nobody was hurt fortunately, but the mustang driver pointed out to gonzales that his car was totalled. by the way, the apartment, well, they are, too. ten residents are now displaced until they can make some repairs. >>> felony charges against singer chris brown and his bodyguard
recognized there were too few people or what the appropriate number was. >> the fbi and other law enforcement agencies are expected to meet today to discuss the investigation. >>> hayward police say they now know who shot and killed a father back in november of 2009. they arrested this man, 24-year- old dereak turner of vallejo on tuesday night. investigators believe turner got into an argument with thomas cunningham over dogs and opened fire. cunningham was killed in front of his 13-year-old daughter. >>> being police chief doesn't prevent someone from becoming a crime victim. san francisco chief greg suhr told people at a town hall meeting that someone broke into his car outside his home a few weeks ago. he says a jacket was stolen. the chief says he is not immune to crime. there are no suspects. >>> some other headlines around the bay area on this thursday, searchers looking for a missing bay area gold miner have found a body. no confirmation though that it is walter steveer. the body was found about 1500 feet from his truck. steever left his home in west san jose a week ago to mine for g
: they are campaigning for gun safety law for sunnyville. >> hello: may i talk to you for a minute about measure c? are you familiar with measure c? >> reporter: promoters say it does a few things to improve gun safety. it requires owners to report lost or stolen guns within 48 hours and keep them locked up or disabled with trigger guards. it bans high capacity magazines and requires dealers to record ammunition sales. >> newtown walls the spur for all of this. >> reporter: that was what took the lives of first graders and adults. for this community it's a think national, act local campaign promoted by the mayor, a retired fire captain. >> we hear every day young adults finding weapons in their homes and going somewhere to another school. just this past week we had two shootings in schools that involved teachers and stuff like that. that has to stop. >> reporter: the city council put the measure on the ballot and private donations funded a single mailing. volunteers do all the rest. >> a public schoolteachers have been killed by their students this week. some years ago i had a student who picked
gar givers and a cook on duty caring for 14 patients as required by law. and the state concerns over issues like background checks were being addressed with no offer of assistance from the state after the doors closed. >> so, you are in a catch-22 situation. you can not take care of the people you are supposed to transfer them. but, there is no resources to transfer them. >> reporter: we poured over the state's report citing a long list of violations from locking residents inside, inadequate amounts of food, sometimes spoiled, human urine and feces. the sheriff's spokesman on saturday called the situation unacceptable. >> you have to imagine there are people bedridden in there. no way to fend for themselves. for them to be left behind it is terrible thing to do. >> reporter: the owner's attorney says she has a heart of gold. losing money by caring for the elderly on fixed income until she was sick herself then did the best she could. >> her commitment to caring for folks is evident by the fact she has all of these residents here that nobody else is willing to take. >> reporter: at
staff to care for more than a dozen disabled patients. as required by law, attorney says there were two caregivers and a cook taking care of 14 patients. but as the report cites violations including feces and urine in the facilities, insufficient food for patients. one neighbor tells she's been concerned for years. >> hopefully people will have their eyes open open. >> reporter: the owner's attorney says his client has a heart of gold. she was caring, he says, for elderly patients on a fixed income when, michelle, she got sick herself. >> reporter: how are the patients doing? . >> at this time, the patients have been moved to either another facility or in with. said to be doing okay. >> mark kelly live. >>> unions will vote on a tentative contract agreement this week. the deal struck last week ended bart's second strike this year. push now to stop mass transit strikes from ever happening again in california. the idea gaining momentum. there's fear lawmakers in sacramento will not go against labor unions. experts say the best bet to stop these strikes will be a voter initiative. >>> ma
andy lopez was shot and killed, there is growing discontent with law enforcement and little emailing pa think for the deputy who killed lopez, deputy derek gelhouse. the sheriff says he feels terrible. he has been with the force 20 years. >> there have ben -- been several threats against the deputy. so we have to balance the deputy's safety with the understanding that the media wants to report and the public wants to know. >> a call to lawmakers to take action. the community review board will be involved in any officer- involved shooting like this one. >> reporter: the sheriff's department is not handling this investigation. it is being handed over to the santa rosa police department to investigate. julia goodrich kpix 5. >> in the meantime, family and friends are gathering at resurrection church for the teenager's funeral tonight. taking a look live now outside the service. mourners also got a chance to say their last good-bye to andy on sunday, but his actual burial is still to be announced. >>> medical issues once again delayed the court appearance for the woman accused of driving d
about how to survive an ambush. at the memorial there is discontent with law enforcement and little sympathy for the deputy. >> there have been threats made against the deputy. we have the balance the deputy's safety with the understanding that the media wants to report and that the public wants to know. >> reporter: we know this is a combination of different family and friends, students from local high schools and middle schools and also including people from occupy oakland are out here. as for the sheriff he couldn't comment on the investigation but said there is extra security for the deputy while he is on administrative leave. we know that the sheriff is planning to meet with latino advisory committee to talk about moving forward. there is a lot of discontent and distrust in this crowd. he hopes to rebuild that bridge. >> thanks. >>> a mass for andy lopez will be held at 5:00 at the resurrection parish church in santa rosa. >>> a woman accused of killing a couple while drunk is due in court. the 54 year old is facing manslaughter and felony dui charges. police say she ran the tw
of the tsa with law enforcement training and weapons. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. >> jeff: an evasioniation, of birmingham airport for more than two hours this evening and diversion of at least half a dozen incoming flights. fbi bomb technician and joint terrorism task force investigating but late this evening the tsa issued an all clear. in washington state tonight all the power is expected to be back following a violent storm yesterday. high winds kicked up five foot waves on lake washington temporarily closing the route 520 bridge which could be seen swaying in the gusts. the winds some chrokd at more than 70 miles an hour ripped out trees across the see at em area. 200,000 customers in western washington lost power. >> memories ran in today's new york city marathon. won by kenyan geoffrey mutai and priscah jeptooe, the memories were of last year's superstorm in the new york area and the bombings at the boston race this april. don dahler reports. >> reporter: for all but the very best, running a marathon is more a test of will than athletic ability. 26.2 miles equals 13
in people's views of obama care. 55% say they understand the law's impact on their family and that is up 8% from a month ago but they also say the federal government has done a poor job in implements the law. voters in san francisco has a debate over the waterfront. they are casting ballots on prop e and prop c. if it passes a luxury condo complex has been built on some of the prime real estate in the bay area. tonight at 11:00, we will look at how the vote touched off a war on the waterfront. in our exclusive kpix pole, finding prop b failing at the moment. the majority of those polls are against the project that will put them down. >> survey usa has the same. notice if they ask the legal height limit should be raised to build the complex. >>> voting is under way on the waterfront project. so far early indications are that turnout is low. they say it could be bad news for sup porters of the project and it could spell defeat. >>> one bay area -- supporters of the project and it could spell defeat. >>> one bay area project, adding up to 300,000 square feet of retail space. in doing so, 100
became secretive about the law's complexity and regulatory reach. >> it's frustrating. any time you want to see something succeed because you believe it's good for people and doesn't get off on the right foot. >> the federal health care website remains hobbled. >> the website failures are absolutely inexcusable. we own that. >> some democrat have proposed action. >> i've said this to the chief of staff. they ought to take down the website until it's right. >> the white house promises to fix the site by month's end. >> they're trying to change a tire on car going 75 miles per hour down the press way. >> some say the westbound problems are a good thing because they force the president to go out and sell obama care once again. the president will do that wednesday when he travels to dallas to go to the enrollment senter and thank volunteers there for signing people up. >> thank you. >>> mohammed morsi faced trial this morning. he's charged with siting murder. conviction could mean the death penalty. the hearing did not last long. morsi's appearance comes a day after s
reached with 26 victims. >>> plus, texas passed one of the strictest abortion laws in the nation. today, a federal judge had his say. we'll have those stories tonight on the cbs evening news at 5:30 right after kpix 5 news. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ at kaiser permanente we've reduced serious heart attacks by 62%, which makes days with grandpa jack 100% more possible. join us at kp.org and thrive. an update on a story we fir brough >>> i'm ken bastida in the kpix 5 newsroom. you do not want to miss what we have coming up at 6:00. a story we first brought you friday night. google's top secret barge in the bay. tonight, second barge has surfaced. why the tech giant thinks water could be so crucial to its success. >>> also, the device developed right here in a bay area garage helping smokers kick the habit. those stories and much more coming up tonight at 66:00. guys. >> all right. we will see you then, ken. thanks. thanks for watching us at 5:00. cbs evening news with scott pelly is coming up. >> remember, the latest news and weather is always on our website kpix.com. we'll see you in 30 minutes. >
new information today. it's raising a big question, did the deputy involved identify himself as law enforcement before shooting? it's not clear if deputy eric gelhaus identified himself as a law enforcement officer before he shot and killed 14-year-old andy lopez. an investigator told the "chronicle" the deputy couldn't remember if he told the teen he was a deputy. he said he felt lopez threatened his life after the deputy told him to drop it. the airsoft rifle looks like the real thing. the report also said a witness warned lopez cops were in the airplane and to put the replica gun away. >> it's a tragedy. the death could have been prevented. >> reporter: as a response to the shooting, california state senator kevin de leon wants to reintroduce legislation. >> these guns are being manufactured, these toy guns, airsoft guns, to be either translucent or some sort of discriminating color where it's a neon color. >> total waste of time and tax dollars. >> reporter: ryan sells these toy guns at his store. he says coloring them won't work. >> that's not what people want. you can change t
of explanation. >> if you had one of these substandard plans before the affordable care act became law and you really like that plan, you are able to keep it. but ever since the law was passed if insurers decided to downgrade or cancel the substandard plans what we said under the law is, you got to replace them with quality comprehensive coverage. >> pelley: in her testimony, secretary sebelius said, i told the president that we were ready to go. clearly i was wrong. one of the mysteries is why the secretary would give the all clear after the system failed repeatedly during those tests before its debut. sharyl attkisson has dug up new information on this. >> reporter: we've learned the website failed with a small test pool of two to three hundred people in that included employees from the government and insurance companies the government employees work the at their own computers and desks within centers formed kate and medicare services which over saw the implementation. according to the sources familiar with the process, the employees were employed fake personal information to enter in to hea
are starting to understand what the health care law means to them. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ann marie. the president has become known for doing this when he's pushing a plan. he hits the road, tries to sell it directly to the american people. so he will do that this week as will some cabinet officials this time around. fanning out around the country, trying to get people to sign up. meanwhile, here in washington, more hearings are scheduled into the problems. president obama hits the road this week to build public support for the affordable care act. sunday a senior white house aide insisted the president was told the healthcare.gov website would work on day one but says that's no excuse. >> it is getting this website working so that millions of americans have access to quality affordable health insurance. >> reporter: the website repeatedly crashed in first month and was down for repairs this weekend. a new poll shows 48% of believe the government has done a poor job of implementing the health care law. >> the website failures are absolut
should not have firearms. >> reporter: under state law, hospitals and courts are supposed to notify the department of justice whenever it's determined that a person can no longer own or purchase a firearm. but according to a just released state audit county courts have routinely failed to report the names of people deemed too mentally ill to have guns. according to the audit, between 2010 and 2011, 34 counties failed to make the required notice. in all, 2300 times. and 2100 of those cases were in san francisco. >> state law requires that there be an indication about whether that person is prohibited from possessing a firearm. >> reporter: san francisco court officials tell us that while the report may be technically true, it's only part of the story. >> this is a paperwork issue not a public safety issue. the fact of the matter is that these 2100 individuals already are subject to a firearms prohibition due to their initial hospitalization. >> reporter: in other words, the hospitals already did the reporting. >> regardless, it is different from the other courts. they have to be unde
. >> a law enforcement official tells the "associated press" shooting-suspect paul ciancia is heavily sedated as armed guards keep watch over him. police charged the 23-year-old in friday's deadly shooting at los angeles international airport. officers shot ciancia four times to end the shooting rampage. but before the suspect was taken to the hospital an official says he told them he acted alone. >> he had the gun down like this. >> reporter: passenger scott screen witnessed the shooting. he was among the more than 100 people who ran for their lives. >> doesn't make sense to me. i thought, you know, well, that guy had a gun and no one was there to stop him. >> reporter: court papers reveal ciancia left a letter saying he made a conscious decision to try to kill. investigators say he targeted tsa acts. transportatio security administration officer 39-year-old gerardo hernandez was killed. two other tsa employees and a passenger were wounded. ciancia does not have a history of mental illness, but we know he texted his family recently saying that he was very unhappy to the point where his fathe
-- at the notorious military prison camp at guantanamo bay. since congress passed a law banning the defendants from setting foot on u.s. soil, everyone involved in the case has to go there. every six weeks for the last year and a half, general martins and his team of prosecutors, defense lawyers, bailiffs, interpreters-- about 250 people in all-- are airlifted aboard a government charter to the u.s. naval base at guantanamo bay, cuba, at a cost of $90,000 a flight. >> hello, everyone, and welcome back to guantanamo bay, cuba, pearl of the antilles. >> stahl: when the trial begins more than a year from now, it'll be the biggest war crimes tribunal since nuremberg, and much of the burden rests on general martins' shoulders. so, when it's a military tribunal or commission, how is it different from a civilian proceeding? >> mark martins: the similarities really swamp the differences. i mean, the accused is presumed innocent, the prosecution must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. >> stahl: general martins knows a lot's at stake-- the 9/11 defendants must be seen as getting a fair and legitimate hea
the president's health care law is facing an angry congress. cbs news learns the white house had weeks of warning. >> only on "cbs this morning" a u.s. soldier rescues a translator that saved his life. we're there reunion. >>> mark phillips is in the town using the bright idea to see the light. >> we begin with a look at today's eye opener your world in 90 seconds. >> i'm as frustrated and angry as anyone with the launch of healthcare.gov. you deserve better. i apologize. >> secretary sebelius faces a grilling on capitol hill. >> house republicans have been calling for her head over the botched obama care roll out. >> i hope what we hear from se sebelius is resignation. >> the nsa keith alexander says the u.s. has never gathered phone and e-mail you records of citizens in france and spain. >> there has not been a mass casualty in the u.s. since 2001. >> wall street stocks at an all time high. >> storm led to a series of deadly crash on an arizona highway. >> i jumped out and took off running down the road. >> nine hours to catch a black bear. >> a young boy jumped
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manslaughter and felony dui charges. >>> a strict new abortion law in texas has been rule unconstitutional and will not take effect tomorrow as planned. the texas attorney general argued a law that protects women. a federal judge struck it down saying the law did not do enough to protect women and restricted a woman's access to an abortion. state officials are expected to appeal the proposed regulations were among the toughest in the nation. >>> more international outrage tonight as the delegation of european diplomats demands answers about nsa spies. they came to washington to talk about those spying allegation. spain was added to the list of aged u.s. allen martin lies. a spanish newspaper reported the nsa monitored 60 million phone calls there in just one month. diplomats say today's meeting was not enough. >> we got answers. we weren't satisfied but we got answers. >> you have the feeling that your closest allen martin lies are spying on you. it is difficult to talk in an open way anymore. >> germy is demanding a u. n. resolution to protect the privacy of electronic communications. the
. >> reporter: beatty says she is not mad at the officers, just worries california's laws aren't evolving as fast as the modernday technology in our lives. >> think that now it would be interesting to have more answers to have our laws more fresher because technology changes so fast and laws don't. and that's a big problem. >> reporter: what about gps? you're allowed to have it in the car but where you place it is important, either on the driver's left-hand side dashboard or the passengers's side. but you can't put it near that rear view mirror. live in berkeley, mark kelly, kpix 5. >> she plans to fight the ticket in court. >>> a top secret project is under way on treasure island. google has everything to do the with the warming that's being built. as allen martin discovered, the more you ask about the project, the deeper the mystery surrounding it grows. >> it's like hiding in plain sight. it's hard to find anything that's spiking interest more than google's mystery barge. but for the tech giant, the mystery may be the mastery. with? >> knows old doob dc. >> fouling of yowling in this a
to work in a certain amount of time, but the internals of the law, the content of the law is already causing problems. i wish we could stop the whole thing, go back to point one, and say let's try this again. i think it's not working. >> it clearly isn't working. and, you know, we'll see. they've put a lot of people on it. and they promised to deliver. but, again, this connects to this theme of we've got an incredibly powerful government that gets on automatic pilot and you have people with inexperience who don't know about nuts and bolts questions, people who don't go in and say, "well, now is this going to work? let's test it?" we were talking earlier about the raid that killed osama bin laden. that was run by leon panetta, who was c.i.a. director, who knew to make sure you checked all of the boxes, and they literally had a place where it was a compound that they reconstructed and they practiced. and we didn't been practice obamacare. >> schieffer: all right, we have to end it there. tom jawnsop, thank you. you did some greet reporting back there, but when you did honest work, bein
of the affordable care act. new hampshire democrat jeanne shaheen a supporter of the law is leading an effort to let the deadline for enrollment to slide. >> the rollout has been a disaster so what i am proposing is we extend the period in which people can enroll. >> reporter: in a letter to the department of health and human services shaheen and nine other democrats say extending the enrollment period would give consumers valuable time to choose a plan best for them. republicans have similar ideas. louisiana governor bobby jindal. >> it's harder and harder for them to justify why they wouldn't delay the individual mandate as well. i think will you see democrats and republicans both responding to the failure of this policy. >> reporter: today is the first family head for sunday services, the president declined to comment. >> come on guys, i'm going to church. >> reporter: but his administration is moving ahead. senior white house officials believe if they can get the website working by the end of november, calls to delay will die down. and jeff there were more problems for the website today. an impo
. democrat jeanne shaheen supporting the law is leading to march 31st deadline slide. >> the rollout has been a disaster. what i'm suggesting is we expend the time in which people can enroll. >> reporter: sheheen and nine other democrats say extending the enrollment period would give consumers valuable time to choose a plan similar to them. the republicans have similar ideas. louisiana governor bobby jindal. >> i think you're going to see democrats and republicans both responding to the failure of this policy. >> reporter: as the first family headed for sunday services, the president declined to comment, but his administration is moving ahead. senior white house officials believe if they can get the website to work by the end of december, calls of delays will wind down. jeff pegues, cbs news, at the white house. >>> funeral services will be held for slain massachusetts teacher colleen ritzer. hundreds of mourners attended a wake for ritzer in her hometown of hanover yesterday. the 24 idea math teacher was allegedly killed by one of her own students. her students said ritzer had a way of bring
details. >> reporter: the restrictions prompted protests in the state capitol. those who opposed the law said it would make abortion impossible in parts of texas because it required doctors to have admitting privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of a clinic. federal district judge lee yeakel wrote that it's without rational basis in the path of a woman seeking an abortion. the judge also ruled that restrictions on abortion medications can be uncons sugsal, but only if they stop a doctor from prescribing them to protect the life or health of a woman. >> and this bill is an example. >> reporter: the fight over restrictions grew national attention this summer when democratic state senator wendy davis stood for 13 hours in a filibuster against them in june. the measures ultimately passed. the state has already appealed this decision. and state officials say they believe this case will ultimately be decided at the appellate level or even at the u.s. supreme court. anna werner, cbs news, dallas. >>> chinese officials expect that an incident in beijing's tiananmen square was a suicide attack
rollout of the president's health care law. there are new security concerns about the government's faulty website. >> amazon would never do this. proflowers would never do this. kayak would never do this. >>> and a hero behind the wheel. a bus driver talks a woman from jumping off the bridge. >> it was meant to be. i was supposed to be there for her at that moment, and i was. captioning funded by cbs her at that moment, >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, october 31st, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, it took nearly a century, but it's a celebration worth waiting for. the red sox beat the st. louis cardinals in game six to win the world series, and the victory is even sweeter because the team did it at home and just six months after the marathon bombing. of course, no celebration would be complete without some rowdy fans trying to push over cars. at least nine people have been arrested. adriana diaz was on the field just moments after the red sox clinched the title. >> it hasn't happened at fenway park for 95 years! >> reporter: for the fir
unusual, scott. judges are reversed on the law by higher courts all the time, but rarely is there a repudiation by a higher court of a federal judge questioning ethics. the court said that the judge actually encouraged the plaintiffs to file the lawsuit, indicated that if they did so, she would be the judge on it, rather then letting it go to a random system that would select a judge. and the court said-- made statements before, during, and after the trial that really questioned her impartiality in the case. >> pelley: what does the n.y.p.d. have to say from the development? >> reporter: from the brass to commissioner kelly they feel vindicated by the ruling saying their practices were within the law and the judge basically railroaded them. from the cops in the street, the police officer's union said if the brass hadn't set quotas telling them how many people to stop the department wouldn't have gotten into this trouble so it's mixed. >> pelley: federal prosecutors will be reviewing the mysterious death in a high school gym. there are new rules for electronic devices on a
pseudohefedrine and a combination of household chemicals that often explode. in recent years new laws have limited the number of pills a person can buy. but the problem hasn't gone away. >> it's gotten very, very portable. it's gotten very, very small but still very, very dangerous. meth labs have always been a fire and explosion hazard but not like we very seen in the last few years. >> jeff: in 2012 there were more than 11,000 illegal meth labs seized in the u.s. >> you're a patent attorney who is waging a meth war. >> yes. >> jeff: into that epidemic stepped linda lewis, a lawyer representing highland pharmaceuticals, a 14 person operation just outside st. louis. >> i looked at what i was seeing in my neighborhood and my community and i thought if a local business could help the community here. >> highland pharmaceuticals began making pills for pets. but lewis was convinced technology that evolved from that could be applied to pseudohefedrive. it worked because of its pastey consistency zephrex-d can't be ground into powder, the first step in making meth. and the psuedeauepedrhin would cost too
and killed when he was 19. to keep on track, his mom set down the law. >> i might be strict and have my way, but you will be better off listening to me than wind up in the system at another age. there's repercussions behind anything and everything you do from crime all the way down to sex. there's repercussion and consequences. >> reporter: that lecture got him here to uc berkeley. >> a degree from the public university in the world. >> reporter: tyree elson speaking a commencement exercises for the school of social welfare last year. >> that was a big deal for me because i didn't really hear about too many people graduating from college and just i guess there were a few who had the chance to do that. it was like a dream come true. >> reporter: i remember what the football coach in high school said about him. >> one out of 4,000. every four years and every five years. >> reporter: the kid who never missed football practices and took advancement placement classes. >> what i'd like to do for me and hire me one day and maybe i be his publicist and manager. >> reporter: now we all get to see wh
law enforcement agencies met to discuss possible charges. >>> starting tomorrow, millions of americans will have more trouble getting enough food to eat. brian web shows us. >> i already know what i'm going to eat tonight. >> reporter: brenda white started using food stamps five months ago to help put food on the table. tonight it is a salad and a soda. >> that $23 in cash. >> reporter: for 47 million americans on the food stamp program, a big chunk of benefits disappears tomorrow. for a family for four on the maximum benefits, that's $432 a year gone or $36 a month. >> $36 a month may not sound like much but it's at equivalent of 36 meals off the table. >> reporter: bay area food banks are bracing for the fallout at a time they're stretched thin handing out food to 147,000 people in san fransisco and marin counties every week. >> there's no buffer for people at the low income spectrum. whatever hits them, hits them in the gut. >> my heart goes out to those people. >> reporter: brenda says she'll survive but worries about families worse off than her. brian web, kpix 5. >> there's talk
it. china won't be on the label thanks to a hoop hole in the law. >> is this going to be good for american consumers? >> i like to be shown that it is going to be good for american consumers. >> last year china sent 4 billion food to the u.s. including the orange juice that we drink and 85% of tilapia that we eat. linda, kpix 5. >> as for american poultry farmers tell kpix 5 they have no plans to send raw poultry to china. >>> tonight we are getting a look into the chaos and confusion after workers abandoned an elderly patient at a care facility. here is a look at one staff that stayed behind to help out. >> is he breathing? >> yes . >> so we don't know what's wrong but he's not looking well. >> what's wrong again, he's either pail and -- >> the valley spring shuts down last week and patients still inside and with no staff taking care of them except a janitor and a cook, those workers called 911 for help as they tried to care for patients left behind. >>> we are just a few days away from the opening of the casino in the north bay along with the taste of vegas, great casi
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